I can confirm the above behavior, and I was actually just about to create a thread for a different Fall Creators notification issue because I've also noticed that the full name of Reflect in those notifications gets lost somehow, as shown below, seemingly just after running on Win10 1709 for a while.
I initially noticed this a few days after updating to Win10 1709 RTM, which I did several days ago thanks to Microsoft leaking the links to download the final image from Windows Update. For unrelated reasons, I restored my system to an image captured immediately after having updated from 1703 RTM to 1709 RTM, and the notifications appeared as expected again. I then allowed the KB4041994 update to install as it had before, and the notifications still appeared as expected -- and yet now 2 days later, without having installed any Windows or Reflect updates in the meantime, the notifications are broken. I also noticed a brand new KB4043961 update available today, but installing that and restarting did not fix it.
I'm certain this is the result of some buggy Microsoft background task, but if there's anything Macrium can do to pick up their slack, I'm sure customers would appreciate it. All screenshots below come from a system running the latest release of V7
(sorry for crashing a V6 thread!), and in all cases, the "Microsoft.Explorer.Notification" text is supposed to read "Macrium Reflect Disk Imaging and Backup".
- The first is the result of manually running a definition file from the Reflect GUI.
- The second is the result of calling a definition file that not
loaded in the Reflect GUI via the command line, which apparently doesn't show the definition file name and also swaps the position of the "Backup started / Background backup" messages. Can this be fixed just for consistency, i.e. Line #1 reads "Background backup started" and Line #2 reads "Macrium Reflect" if the definition file can't be displayed under this condition?
- The third is the Notification Center.